Mrs. Brown's Home Page
Welcome to 4th Grade!Welcome to Mrs. Brown's room! I am so excited to be teaching 4th grade this year and look forward to new adventures each day. Take a look around my pages, and please let me know if there is anything I can do to help to enrich your student's education even more.Make sure to check the tabs on the left side to find other information related to school subjects and our weekly newsletters.Sioux Central Elementary PledgeAs a student of Sioux Central Elementary,I promise to be SAFE, CARING, RESPECTFUL, and RESPONSIBLE.I promise to recognize the rights of others andKnow the difference between right and wrong.When I do this, I will be a good member ofMy school, my community, and my country.School SongRed and gray we're fighting for you!Rebels are rooting for all that you do!Basketball, football, any old game,We'll stand beside you just the same!We've go the spirit!We've go the pep!Come on Rebels, let's get into step!All your loyal fans are cheering,Onward to VICTORY!Remind.com - I use remind.com to keep in touch with parents and guardians. I no longer send newsletters, so this is my main way of sending important information and notices to you. If you are not receiving my Remind messages, please let me know and I will get you the registration information.HOUR OF CODEPowerSchool Single Sign-OnPlease watch for your PowerSchool Single Sign-On information letter in the mail. If you need assistance or if you did not receive a letter, please call 712-283-2571 and we'll help you through the process. You will not have PowerSchool access until you complete the single sign-on procedures.
Single sign-on will enable parents/guardians with multiple students enrolled in school to see their children's attendance, assignments and grades at the same time. You will no longer have to log out and back into the system again for each of your students.
Parent Users Guide
/files/filesystem//Single%20Sign%20On%20User%20Guide.pdfInternet SafetyAs more and more of our young students sign up for social media sites (Did you know that you are to be 13 before joining Facebook?), it is becoming important to talk about keeping our privacy safe on the internet. We have been discussing what this means in our class. Please take the time to talk to your student and find out what their involvement has been on the internet. Discuss with them how important it is to not release private information to people they do not know and do not "friend" people that they have never met or talked to. Below is a great video of how people can use the internet to find out many pieces of personal information:Important Information:**BOOK ORDERS When ordering online from www.scholastic.com/bookclubs, please use the code GRQXF. Let me know if you have questions or problems. Thanks!